Little loud circles of crispy calamari appetizers with some Samosas for lunch from a Burmese restaurant in San Carlos, a San Francisco foodie suburb. Just something about crispy food texture that is always better than the standard stuff. Great starter dish for your Burmese nomnom adventure. Very light and crispy, it will tie you over until the main course arrives. Loud noise with every bite from all that crispiness, and yet you won’t feel heavy from eating too many breadcrumbs. Its also a straightforward dish, not too much going on, but that is probably what makes it so great.

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Salt & Pepper Calamari $11 @ Rangoon Ruby San Francisco
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